It’s hard to beat going out to eat for Sunday brunch. The last day of the weekend and ideally one of accomplishing very little while enjoying every second of it. And what’s a better place
Followers: who are they and why are they so important? Well, your followers are your loyal customers and people that like what you’re doing. They are the people who want to know what you’re up
Social media is all about creating customer loyalty, which is why getting your regular customers involved in your social media campaign is the key to success. These 5 tips will help you strengthen your
Customers are your highest priority, right? Getting them is important, and keeping them is even more important. So how do you keep your customers? How do you foster loyalty and happiness in your customer base?
For a better understanding of who millennials are and why they’re important to bar owners, click here. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, include anyone born between 1980–2000 and account for 75.3 million members of the
It’s not quite breakfast, and it’s not really lunch. Why is brunch so popular among consumers? Maybe it’s the excuse to have a Mimosa or a great breakfast stout before noon, or a chance to
Attracting Customers, Operations & Management, Social Media & Marketing, Technology for Bars & Restaurants
An ugly website homepage is not a good thing, but an ugly homepage that isn’t helpful is just the worst. In this Internet age, your homepage is likely your business’s first impression for potential customers.
Sometimes it’s best to look at the raw numbers: Regular customers make up 60-75% of sales in bars and restaurants. Think about how turning every customer into a regular could affect your business! 1. Greet
When people go out to a bar, in addition to having a couple drinks, they want to immerse themselves in the ambience of the location. Make your business a place that people associate with good
Bringing in new customers is just as important for bar and restaurant owners as retaining loyal patrons. Not only does this result in more business, but it helps build community by bringing like-minded people together
As 2014 comes to a close, mobile use is at an all time high. That means mobile marketing is more important now than ever before for any business, especially bars and restaurants. If you own a bar or
Keeping your customers engaged is a key element in creating a successful craft beer program at your bar or restaurant. Frequent rotation of your beer lineup to ‘tap’ into seasonal offerings is an excellent way